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                                     SECTION 09 65 19
                               RESILIENT TILE FLOORING


1 – GENERAL
1.01   SUMMARY
       A. Section includes: Resilient tile floor covering and accessories.
       B. Related requirements:
            1. Drawings and General Provisions of the Contract (including General and
               Supplementary Conditions and Division 1 References Section)
            2. Section 03: Concrete (subfloors)
            3. Section 06: Wood (subfloors)
            4. Section 07: Thermal and moisture protection

1.02   REFERENCE STANDARDS
       A. ASTM International
            1. D 2047 Standard Test Method for Static Coefficient of Friction of Polish-Coated
                Flooring Surfaces as Measured by the James Machine
            2. E 648 Standard Test Method for Critical Radiant Flux of Flooring Systems Using a
                Radiant Energy Source
            3. E 662 Standard Test Method for Specific Optical Density of Smoke Generated by
                Solid Materials
            4. F 137 Standard Test Method for Flexibility of Resilient Flooring Materials with
                Cylindrical Mandrel Apparatus
            5. F 2055 Standard Test Method for Size and Squareness of Resilient Floor Tile by
                Dial Gage Method
            6. F2199 Standard Test Method for Determining Dimensional Stability of Resilient
                Floor Tile after Exposure to Heat
            7. F 710 Standard Practice for Preparing Concrete Floors to Receive Resilient
                Flooring
            8. F 925 Standard Test Method for Resistance to Chemicals of Resilient Flooring
            9. F 963 Standard Test Method for Toy Safety (including Heavy Metal Content)
            10. F 970 Standard Test Method for Static Load Limit
            11. F 1482 Standard Practice for Installation and Preparation of Panel Type
                Underlayments to Receive Resilient Flooring
            12. F 1514 Standard Test Method for Measuring Heat Stability of Resilient Flooring by
                Color Change
            13. F 1515 Standard Test Method for Measuring Light Stability of Resilient Vinyl
                Flooring by Color Change
            14. F 1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of
                Concrete Subfloor Using Anhydrous Calcium Chloride
            15. F 2170 Standard Test Method for Determining Relative Humidity in Concrete Floor
                Slabs Using In Situ Probes

   B. European Norms (EN)
         1. EN 685 Resilient, Textile, and Laminate Floor Coverings: Classification

   C. Other referenced documents
            1. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 253: Standard Test Method for Critical
               Radiant Flux of Floor Covering Systems Using a Radiant Energy Source
            2. LEED-NC, version 3

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1.03   ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
       A. Coordination: Install floor covering after finishing operations, including painting and
          ceiling operations, have been completed.
       B. Preinstallation Meetings: Meet to confirm project requirements, substrate conditions,
          manufacturer’s installation instructions and warranty requirements in compliance with
          Division 1 requirements.
       C. Sequencing: Do not install floor covering over concrete substrates until substrates
          have cured and are dry to bond with adhesive as determined using test methods
          specified in ASTM F710 and following adhesive manufacturer’s instructions.
1.04   ACTION SUBMITTALS
       A. General: Submit listed submittals in accordance with Conditions of the Contract and
          Division 1 Submittal Procedures.
       B. Product Data: For specified products, submit latest edition of product supplier’s
          technical specifications data (available from www.matsinc.com).
       C. Samples: Submit selection and verification samples showing the required finishes,
          colors, designs, and textures for flooring, as well as samples of adhesives and
          applicable accessories such as welding rods, game line paint, etc.
1.05   INFORMATION SUBMITTALS
       A. Test and Evaluation Reports
            1. Product test reports: As required by Conditions of the Contract and Division 1
               Regulatory Requirements Section, submit test certificates from an independent test
               laboratory showing compliance with specified performance characteristics and
               physical properties.
            2. Compatibility and adhesion test reports: Submit test reports confirming adhesive’s
               effectiveness with the product(s) specified.

       B. Manufacturer Instructions: For specified products, submit latest editions of product
          supplier’s installation and cleaning & maintenance instructions (available from
          www.matsinc.com).
       C. Sustainable Design Submittals: For projects requiring LEED submittal based on LEED-
          NC version 3
            1. Submit documentation substantiating that Floorworks contains a minimum of 28%
               post-consumer recycled content and therefore contributes to Materials &
               Resources Credit 4.
            2. For Floorworks installations: submit documentation substantiating that Mats Inc.
               Perma-Bond adhesive is GreenLabelPlus certified and therefore contributes to
               Indoor Environmental Quality Credit 4.1.
            3. For Floorworks installations: submit documentation substantiating that Mats Inc.
               MI Sealer has a VOC level < 350 g/L and therefore contributes to Indoor
               Environmental Quality Credit 4.2.
            4. Submit documentation substantiating that Floorworks is FloorScore® certified (this
               certification is in progress) and therefore contributes to Indoor Environmental
               Quality Credit 4.3.
1.06   CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
       A. Warranty documentation: For specified products and accessories, submit product
          supplier’s warranty documents (available from www.matsinc.com).

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       B. Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation: Submit documentation to substantiate
          implementation of each relevant category of LEED credits.
1.07   QUALITY ASSURANCE
       A. Manufacturer: Manufacturer shall be ISO 9001 certified.
       B. Installer: To be qualified to install the material, installer shall fulfill one of the following
          requirements.
            1. Installer shall have a minimum of five years of proven experience in performing
               work of this section and in installing sheet vinyl floor covering – including heat
               welding and coving, if applicable -- similar to that required for this project and shall
               provide a minimum of three references for comparable systems and installations
               successfully performed by the installer within the last 18 months
            2. Installer shall be certified in resilient flooring installation. Acceptable certifications
               include The International Standards and Training Alliance (INSTALL), The
               International Certified Floorcovering Installers Association (CFI), and Flooring
               America University.
       C. Testing Agency: Agency shall be independent and qualified to perform concrete
          substrate moisture and humidity testing according to ASTM F710 prior to the flooring
          being installed.
       D. Preconstruction Testing:
            1. Concrete substrate: Reference Standard ASTM F710 for more detail. To partially
                 summarize here, regardless of its age or grade level or history of use, perform the
                 following concrete tests:
               i. Concrete Moisture Test: Perform moisture tests (ASTM F1869 and ASTM
                   F2170) on concrete with a minimum of three tests for the first 1000 square feet
                   and one additional test for each 1000 square feet or fraction thereof. A diagram
                   of the area showing the location and results of each test shall be dated and
                   submitted to the architect, general contractor, and/or end user. If test results
                   exceed the floor covering manufacturer’s limits, installation shall not commence
                   until results conform to limits.
              ii. If test results on installations exceed the following limits, installation shall not
                   commence until results conform to limits:

                                                                Perma-Bond
                      ASTM F 1869             6 lbs/1000 sq ft/24 hrs
                      ASTM F 2170             82% relative humidity
              iii. Concrete pH Test: Perform pH tests on concrete. Readings below 7.0 and
                    above 10.0 can adversely affect resilient flooring or adhesives, or both.
            2. Wood substrate: Per ASTM F1482, wood subfloor/underlayment assemblies shall
                  be double layer construction, with a total thickness of not less than 1”
                i. There shall be a minimum of 18 inches of well-ventilated air space beneath all
                    wood subfloors. Crawl spaces shall be insulated and protected by a moisture
                    vapor barrier.
               ii. Do not install over “sleeper” underlayment systems or wood underlayment
                    installed over concrete.
              iii. Do not install over existing resilient flooring, Lauan panels, CCA plywood, fire-
                    rated plywood, plywood with knots, underlayment made of pine or other soft
                    woods, particle board, Masonite™, or other hardboard underlayment, hardwood
                    flooring, treated or otherwise coated wood material, or other uneven or unstable
                    substrates. Unacceptable substrates shall be covered using a ¼ inch or thicker
                    panel underlayment that is warranted by the underlayment manufacturer for use
                    as an underlayment for sheet vinyl floor covering in commercial applications.


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             iv. Fasten underlayment panels using underlayment staples or nails. Screws are
                 not recommended.
1.08   DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
       A. General: Comply with Division 1 Product Requirements Section
       B. Delivery and Acceptance Requirements: Comply with the product supplier’s ordering
          and lead time requirements to avoid construction delays, and to allow material to
          acclimatize as required in the specified product’s installation instructions. Accept
          delivery of materials only if they are in unopened, undamaged packaging that bears the
          name and brand of the manufacturer/product supplier, project identification, and
          shipping and handling instructions.
       C. Storage and Handling Requirements: Upon receiving floor covering, immediately
          remove from pallet and lay on a flat surface. Store tile or plank boxes no more than
          five boxes high. Store material -- including underlayment panels, patching or
          underlayment compound, floor covering material, adhesive, and welding rods -- in the
          original packaging (as delivered) in areas that are enclosed and weather tight with the
          permanent HVAC system set at a temperature of between 65°F and 80°F for a
          minimum of 48 hours prior to commencement of installation. In addition, comply with
          storage and handling requirements listed on product packaging, and described in the
          latest edition of the product’s installation instructions (available from
          www.matsinc.com).
1.09   AMBIENT SITE CONDITIONS
       The permanent HVAC system shall be operational and set at a temperature of between
       65°F and 80°F for a minimum of 48 hours prior to commencement of installation, during the
       time of installation, and for 48 hours after installation has been completed. Thereafter,
       minimum temperature shall be 55°F. Refer to the latest version of the installation
       instructions (available from www.matsinc.com) for additional ambient requirements
       (humidity, completion of related work or substrates, etc.) under which the work must be
       performed in order for the work results to provide the specified quality.


2 – PRODUCTS
2.01   MANUFACTURERS
       A. Supplier: Mats Inc., 37 Shuman Avenue, Stoughton, MA 02072; telephone:
          1.800.MATS.INC (1.800.628.7462); fax: 1.781.344.1537; email: info@matsinc.com;
          website: www.matsinc.com.
       B. Substitutions: no substitutions permitted.
          [Specifier note: edit this paragraph to suit project requirements. If substitutions are
          permitted, edit text. Add text to refer to Division 1 Project Requirements (Product
          Substitutions Procedures) Section.]
       C. Product Options
          1. Floorworks Planks – Standard – 4” x 36”
             Classification:        ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
             Size:                  4” x 36”
             Weight:                1.2 lbs/sq ft
             Sq. ft per case:       36 sq. ft per case
             Gauge:                 3.0 mm
             Edges:                 Straight
             Colors:
             [W1002 American Red Oak] [W2001 Bleached Maple] [W2002 Honey Maple]
             [W2003 Heritage Maple]


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              [W2010 Vanilla Maple] [W3011 Vanilla Walnut] [W6501 Brazilian Cherry] [W7001
              Natural Birch]
              [W7010 Sandy Birch] [W8001 Natural Bamboo] [W8002 Carmelized Bamboo]
              [W8010 Light Blend Bamboo] [W8011 Dark Blend Bamboo]

           2. Floorworks Planks – Standard – 6” x 36”
              Classification:         ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                   6” x 36”
              Weight:                 1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:        36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                  3.0 mm
              Edges:                  Straight
              Colors:
              [W1001 Natural Oak] [W1010 Gunsmoke Oak] [W1011 Burnished Oak]
              [W1020 Aged Mahogany] [W1030 Aged Natural] [W1031 Aged Gunsmoke]
              [W1032 Aged Hickory] [W3001 Natural Walnut] [W3010 Cherry Walnut]
              [W4001 Parquet Pine] [W4002 Dark Pine] [W4010 Honey Pine]
              [W4020 White Pine] [W4021 Heart Pine] [W4030 Cajun Pine]
              [W4040 Colonial Pine] [W5001 Natural Beech] [W5002 Warm Beech]
              [W5010 Red Beech] [W5011 Smoked Beech] [W5020 Sandy Beech]
              [W6001 Natural Elm] [W6502Heartwood Cherry] [W9001 Antique Zebra Wood]
              [W9010 Antique Pine] [W9020 Antique Chestnut] [W9021 Antique Walnut] [W9100
              Natural Zebrano] [W9101 Ebony Zebrano] [W9110 Smoked Zebrano] [W9201
              Brazilian Parquet Trend] [W9202 Brazilian Parquet Rustic] [W9300 Blended Strip
              Wood]
           3. Floorworks Planks - Options
              Classification:       ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                 [3” x 36”] [9” x 36”] [6” x 48”] [9” x 48”]
              Weight:               1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:      36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                [2.0 mm] [2.5 mm] [3.0 mm]
              Edges:                [Straight] [Beveled]
              Colors:               [Call Mats Inc. at 1.800.MATS.INC for colors]

           4. Floorworks Tiles – Standard – 12” x 18”
              Classification:         ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                   12” x 18”
              Weight:                 1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:        36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                  3.0 mm
              Edges:                  Straight
              Colors:
              [T201 Cherokee Slate] [T202 African Slate] [T203 Mountain Slate]
              [T204 Alaskan Slate] [T210 Coastal Slate] [T211 Indian Slate] [T212 Oyster Slate]
              [T213 Dakota Slate]
           5. Floorworks Tiles – Standard – 18” x 18”
              Classification:        ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                  18” x 18”
              Weight:                1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:       36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                 3.0 mm
              Edges:                 Straight
              Colors:
              [T101 Dawn Sand] [T102 Dusk Sand] [T103 Midnight Sand] [T301 Smokey]

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               [T302 Hazey] [T303 Overcast] [T320 Midnight] [T321 Sandstorm]
               [T330 Urban Bronze] [T401 Toffee Sandstone] [T402 Licorice Sandstone]
               [T403 Dark Granite] [T404 Blue Stone] [T501 Travertine Gold] [T701 Paver]
               [T710 Terrazzo] [T801 Opal] [T802 Chocolate] [T803 Clue] [T804 Smoke]
               [T901 Onyx Pointe] [T903 Olive Pointe] [T905 Grape Pointe]
               [T906 Sapphire Pointe] [T910 Linen Sand] [T911 Linen Sage] [T912 Linen Grey]
               [T920 Deckplate Grey] [T921 Deckplate Charcoal] [T930 Dash Pyrite]
               [T931 Dash Graphite] [T932 Dash Steele] [T940 Swivel Bronze]
               [T941 Swivel Nickel] [T942 Swivel Titanium] [T950 Urban Cinnabar]
               [T955 Urban Nickel]
           6. Floorworks Tiles – Standard – 12” x 24”
              Classification:        ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                  12” x 24”
              Weight:                1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:       36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                 3.0 mm
              Edges:                 Straight
              Colors:                [T310 Cement] [T311 Asphalt] [T312 Galaxy]
           7. Floorworks Tiles – Options – 23 7/16” x 23 7/16”
              Classification:        ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                  23 7/16” x 23 7/16”
              Weight:                1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:       36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                 5.0 mm
              Edges:                 [Straight] [Beveled]
              Colors:                [Call Mats Inc. at 1.800.MATS.INC for colors]
           8. Floorworks Tiles – Options
              Classification:        ASTM F1700, Class III, Type B
              Size:                  [12” x 12”] [36” x 36”] [12” x 36”] [18” x 36”]
              Weight:                1.2 lbs/sq ft
              Sq. ft per case:       36 sq. ft per case
              Gauge:                 [2.0 mm] [2.5 mm] [3.0 mm]
              Edges:                 [Straight] [Beveled]
              Colors:                [Call Mats Inc. at 1.800.MATS.INC for colors]
     D. Performance: Physical properties of Floorworks Planks and Tiles shall conform to the
        following minimums:
           Safety
           Critical radiant flux       ASTM E648       Class 1
           Smoke density               ASTM E662       Pass
           Slip resistance             ASTM D2047      Compliance varies with surface texture
           Heavy metal content         ASTM 963        No heavy metals detected
           Performance
           Thermal resistance                          Suitable for underfloor heating
           Squareness                  ASTM F2055      ≤ 0.005
           Dimensional stability       ASTM F2199      < 0.1%
           Durability
           Static load limit           ASTM F970       1,000 psi
           Wear group class            EN 685          Commercial: 34; Industrial: 43
           Flexibility                 ASTM F137       Pass
           Color fastness (heat)       ASTM F1514      Pass
           Color fastness (light)      ASTM F1515      Pass
           Chemical resistance         ASTM F925       No change
           LEED-NC v.2.2


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            MR Credit 4: Recycled content                 28% pre-consumer recycled content
            IEQ Credit 4.1: Low-emitting adhesives        Mats Inc. Perma-Bond has a low VOC
            content
            IEQ Credit 4.2: Low-emitting sealers          MI Sealer has a low VOC content
            IEQ Credit 4.3: Low-emitting flooring         FloorScore® certified



2.02   ACCESSORY PRODUCTS
       A. Adhesive: Architect to specify adhesive and trowel notch size per the latest edition of
          the installation instructions (available from www.matsinc.com).
       B. Sealer: Architect shall specify per the latest edition of the installation instructions
          (available from www.matsinc.com).
       C. Cleaning Products: Architect can specify per the latest edition of the maintenance
          instructions (available from www.matsinc.com).

3 – EXECUTION
3.01   EXAMINATION
       A. Overall: Follow guidelines laid out in Division 01, Section 01 71 00 – Examination and
          Preparation as well as Section 01 43 00 – Quality Assurance.
       B. Verification of Conditions: Inspect all substrates and subfloors for proper tolerances
          and dryness, and report any discrepancies to the general contractor in writing.
       C. Preinstallation Testing: Verify that concrete testing per ASTM F710 has been
          conducted by an independent testing agency, and that results are within the adhesive
          and floor covering manufacturers’ requirements.
       D. Evaluation and Assessment: See the state requirements for the project location.
3.02   SURFACE PREPARATION
       A. Follow guidelines laid out in Division 01, Section 01 71 00 – Examination and
          Preparation.
       B. Prepare concrete substrates per ASTM F 710. All work required to put the concrete
          subfloor in acceptable condition shall be the responsibility of the general contractor.
          See the state requirements for the project location.
3.03   INSTALLATION
       A. Follow Division 01 relevant guidelines, and the latest edition of the manufacturer’s
          installation instructions (available from www.matsinc.com)
       B. Interface with Other Work: If transitions are required to and/or from the specified floor
          covering, contact the supplier for suitable transition material.
3.04   FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
       A. Field Tests: this is for installed work (after job is done)
       B. Manufacturer Services: Coordinate with supplier if an on-site manufacturer’s
          representative is desired.
3.05   CLEANING
       A. General: Clean up job site, including sweeping or dust mopping the floor to remove all
          dirt or grit, and put all waste in general contractor’s dumpster. Follow overall cleaning
          guidelines described in Division 01.



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       B. Initial Maintenance: Conduct a full initial maintenance following the latest edition of the
          manufacturer’s maintenance instructions (available from www.matsinc.com)
3.06   CLOSEOUT ACTIVITIES
       Follow state requirements and Division 01 Section 01 76 00 – Protecting Installed
       Construction and Section 01 78 00 – Closeout Submittals requirements for these activities.


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